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June 8, 2019ChurchillExacta R1$69.20
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This horse is OVERRATED!!
long way to go until Haskell but he's my pick there.
In just 6 short seasons I’m happy to announce Cordmaker marked Curlins 400 th Winner. Way to go Curlin
Curlin just was named leading juvenile sire by sales avg for two yrolds. He had seven offered at sales Across the country with an avg of a little over a million . Megdalia D’oro and Tapit rounded-out the top three
She's bred to be a rocketship too!
She could easily be the best 3yo this year
  • plosives · Sigh 😔 How many horses are we going to claim “THE BEST!!!?!?!!!” After one race this year? Where are all of the others now? She may be very good, and to be fair she did beat a more quality field then the other ‘also rans’ That were Uber hyped off one performance ... but still, she ran on an extremely speed favoring track. Until she can replicate THAT effort, let’s hold off calling her the ‘best’ just yet. She still has A LOT to prove. · 10 hours ago
Charles Fipke’s 6-year-old homebred Seeking the Soul jumped to No. 3 in the second week of the Breeders’ Cup Classic Rankings following his stirring victory on Saturday evening in the Stephen Foster (G2) at Churchill Downs, earning him the first North American “Win and You’re In” spot for ...Read More
  • Marius Josipovic via Disqus · I'll ask the same question as last week. How is War of Will ahead of Tacitus. · 9 hours ago
Is standing at Haras du Quesnay in 2019 for €8,000.
Monomoy Girl, whose return to the racetrack was delayed earlier this season due to a colic scare, has resumed light training at WinStar Farm, where the Eclipse Award winner continues to stable during her recovery.The daughter of Tapizar is "doing outstanding" and "definitely wondering when we are go...Read More
I just thought I'd post this - Ruffian had one tough race in her career, at the Sorority at Monmouth: Hot N' Nasty, like Sham, was a terrific horse born in the wrong year. She had run a 1:09 at Santa Anita, and IIRC, Monmouth paid to bring her east to face Ruffian.
In my humble opinion Global Campaign looks like a lock in this field. He has the tactical speed to stay close and a great turn of foot to shake loose into the stretch. I dont believe that we have even seen the best of him yet. Stanley Hough, who is a fantastic trainer, has been very patient with GC. Bigger and better things are on the horizon for him. Look for him to dominate this group.
  • Sunday silence via Disqus · Agree with you if hes 100 percent hes a lock but i like the 6 for 2nd with the 2 for 3rd 462 tri · 12 hours ago
Rick Sacco Made sure to give Maximum Security no excuse After the Race by mentioning how "Great" Maximum Security looked before the Race and Mentioning that Maximum Security ran his Race but just Lost...No idea why he felt he had to go out of his way to mention these things...Show a little Humbleness...People are speaking Very Highly of King for a Day...Was no need for that...Simmer down Ricky
A year after injured, the Grade 1 winner Magnum Moon continues his recovery.Read More
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  • Coozo123 via Disqus · Hope he pulls through and can have a long life enjoying stud duties. · 11 hours ago
  • DDAmasa via Disqus · Thanks for the update. I hope he continues to improve. · 10 hours ago
King for a Day has beaten Tacitus and now Max. Looks like we have another serious contender in the 3yr. old division. It was the first lifetime race for Tacitus and the second for King for a Day but noteworthy for sure.
  • Gotham1989 via Disqus · Was an early Maiden Race and Debut for Tacitus (He Obviously improved since)...Sure it could be relevant but not "Definitely"...Nolo Contesto beat Omaha Beach during their Maiden Win also...How did that turn out for Both Horses?...Not taking anything away from King for a Day though...Looks good · 15 hours ago
  • jrem1 · He definitely deserves some mention. Can't wait for the mid summer classics. · 13 hours ago
Saturday’s Grade 3, $500,000 Ohio Derby at JACK Thistledown Racino has drawn a competitive field of seven, including the Preakness Stakes' third-place finisher Owendale. Winner of the Lexington Stakes (G3) at Keeneland before joining the Triple Crown series, Owendale was made the ...Read More
  • LostNtheFog · Who wants an all against the bias in their last start but still ran well parlay?.....Nobody?....I'll give it out anyway.....Owendale-Point Of Honor-Hog Creek Hustle......Start it with Owen, both a win and a place parlay.....Either thank me later or chew me out. · 8 hours ago
Maximum Security will always be a winner to me no matter how many times he loses.
Aurelius Maximus worked 4f, June 18th, in 48.29 (b) finishing 2/48
New York Central worked 5f, June 18th, in 1:01.60 (b) finishing 1/4
Mihos worked 4f June 18th, in 47.80 (b) finishing 1/14
Holy Helena worked 3f, June 18th, in 37.11 (b) finishing 1/8

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